The prototype is built in Flinto and is fully interactive. To illustrate the functionality and usage of the app, I created a movie of an example user journey. That journey is shown below and may help you to appreciate the flow of the app in the movie.
Quentin opens the app and signs in with fingerprint touch.
He switches from the dark interface theme to the light interface theme.
He browses the cars available to him in the garage and chooses the hybrid Bentayga.
He searches on a destination and chooses an appointment from his diary.
He sends the destination from the app to the car satnav, which is automatically programmed.
He displays an follows walking directions to the car.
While he is walking, he is asked whether he wants to set the climate control in the car.
As he is nearing the car, he is asked whether he wants to unlock the car as he approaches.
Quention turns off his phone and begins his trip.
Quentin makes a stop for coffee en route and walks away from the car.
Both his iPhone and Apple Watch vibrate and display an alert telling him that he forgot to lock the car.
He opens the BCC app and locks the car.
Quentin decides to purchase the Bentley Concierge luxury service through Apple Pay.
After purchase, he has a brief IM chat with a Concierge representative.
Quentin turns off his phone and completes his trip to take the planned meeting.
After the meeting, Quentin sees a notification on his iPhone that the car is running low on fuel.
He orders and schedules a fuel top-up service.
He then browses gauges and metrics for his trip on the Bentley Bentayga.